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of this uncertainty over washington, this kind of deal isn't going to fix any of that for them. and hope for a done deal by the holiday is fading fast. senate majority leader harry reid said today he expects the senate will be back to work the day after christmas. darren gersh, "n.b.r.," washington. >> tom: optimism that speaker boehner's latest offer could get fie fiscal cliff talks moving again, helped stocks move nicely high: the dow rose 100 points, the nasdaq added 39, the s&p up almost 17 points. but with time running out to reach a deal, what happens on wall street, if we go over the cliff? suzanne pratt reports. >> reporter: one thing is for sure, wall street can count. that means investors know there are just nine trading days left until tax hikes automatically take effect across the nation, and hit americans where it hurts: their wallets. and, investors are also aware there are even fewer days before lawmakers are scheduled to leave on holiday break. despite the ticking clock, many investors remain optimistic there will be a deal between congress and the white house before the ball drops
on the massacre, we're joined by two guests from washington, d.c., john velleco of the director of federal affairs for gun owners of america agreed also the crips federal lobbyist. and we're joined by christian heyne, the legislative assistant and dressers or better for the coalition to stop gun violence he lost his mother to gun violence in 2005. his father narrowly survived, sustaining multiple gunshots. and still with us, paul barrett, author of, "glock: the rise of america's gun." let's start with christian heyne. talk about what happened thousand oaks california. what happened to your family? >> i come from thousand oaks, california, very much in itself similar to a new town. we are a community that is not often affected by gun violence. they said my parents for the wrong place at the wrong time. we are consistently rated the safest city in the country. i parents were returning a boat to my dad's best friend did he had a restraining order against a man. he came up to do with the judge thought he would do, he shot my dad's best friend in the back. he then turned the gun on my dad because he ha
tv.org. >> washington post correspondent and author, the newest book "little america, the war within the war for afghanistan." mr. chandrasekaran, when you talk about the little war, what are you talking about? >> the communities built in southern afghanistan, not in the last couple years, but six decades ago back when unknown to most of the country mern, there were dozen of americans engineers there back in the 40s and 50s, digging canals, building dams, helping to nation build in afghanistan, and the very same terrain that president obama's troops surge unfolded in over the last couple years. in my history of obama's serge and examination of it, i actually start back in the 1940s in the remarkable period of american resistance to afghanistan, a period of great optimism when we built the town there that the afghans started to call little america, complete with a co-ed high school, a swimming pool where boys and girls swam together, a clubhouse to get a gin and tonic, and it was a period of great promise for the americans and afghans, and i use that as the opening for this book that talks ab
because it is an antiquited -- >> stephanie: this was not designed for this. >> washington didn't want a standing army. he wanted a well-regulated military. we have the army, the marines the coast guard, the national guard, the air force -- >> stephanie: as a hollywood liberal, i live by the first amendment, i hate the violent video games. i'm not saying you can shut them down. i don't go to violent movies. i think it is all part of it. if we can't have a discussion that involves talking about violent video games that talks about assault weapons and mental health and the cutbacks in it then we're never going to solve it. >> do we know that adam lanza was into violent video games. >> stephanie: i'm not talking about this specific case, chris. why do you think this didn't happen when we were growing up? this didn't happen, right? there is something going on. i would not have had the first idea, a, where to get a gun when i was growing up in the '70s. >> there were violent movies in the '70s. you know. >> stephanie
.m. is a time i want to take a look at what is going on in washington state. they have had a big storm. this was over the weekend. >> there were drivers that were stranded because of the high winds and low visibility. as been ousted as with reconditions is already cost the death of one driver. >> authorities said the roads were so bad that both directions of highway 90 that runs through seattle had to be shut down while the crews are working on applying for the snow. >> president obama will nominate massachusetts senator john kerry as the next secretary of state. the cabinet has been considered a favorite from all sides of the aisle word of the selection comes two days after previous front runner you in an ambassador sunrise to withdrew her name from consideration. gop leaders were angered over accounts wise man about the attack on the u.s. consulate in libya. >> if confirmed carry will praise hillary clinton who will step down in the near future. a formal announcement could come as early as next week. >> house speaker john boehner the offer to raise income-tax rates for americans earn
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